Food and drink
There are lovely twists on some of the more predictable, Spanish menus, showcasing some of the best and most unusual local dishes, and - as you might expect from this restaurant in the middle of the wine region - some very good island wines.
I would suggest you go for something a little unusual here – some typically rustic dishes that are in keeping with the peasant theme of the museum. Hearty Canarian soup to start with is a winner, particularly if you are very hungry. As a main, goat or rabbit would be my recommendations, followed by the pumpkin compote and lemon sorbet, a surprisingly good combination.
This is a restful spot, with white decor and some hanging plants, although it is a little sterile.
The service is of a very high standard and befitting a much more expensive restaurant.
It's on the lower floor of the Casa Museo del Campesino (House Museum of the Rural Worker), on a main road between two villages.
The prices are incredibly reasonable, particularly when you consider their quality. Main courses are between 7 euros and 15 euros.
Tables to book
There really isn't much to choose from between any of the tables here.
- Culture vultures
- Mature travellers
- Seasoned travellers
- Design and architecture